Plaster Casts Of Everything
Liars release their new single, Plaster Casts Of Everything on August 6th 2007. Plaster Casts Of Everything is featured on self-titled album, Liars.
'Liars' was recorded on the heels of 2006's 'Drum's Not Dead' somewhere between LA and Berlin. Liars' 4th album marks another bold transition for Angus Andrew, Aaron Hemphill and Julian Gross. For the new album Liars have foregone theory for a more practical approach, one based on traditional song structures and instrument usage.
"I'd never felt like a songwriter 'til this album," explains Angus. "If you told me last year Liars would release a record like this, I would have laughed. If you said I'd be playing guitar solos, I'd have called you a liar. We never know what we're making 'til it's made. this time I'm a bit shocked."
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